The first Humber debuted in 1898; followed by a 4-wheeled version in 1901.
By 1913 Humber was the second largest manufacturer of vehicles in the UK, and in 1933, the company was bought by Rootes Brothers.
Chrysler, then a division of Rootes, stopped production of Humber V8s in 1968, and 1976 saw the last of the Humber badged vehicles.
Between 1930 and 1960 Humber was prolific, releasing the Snipe, Pullman, Imperial, Hawk, Super Snipe, Sceptre and, in Australia in 1963, The Vogue.
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